M ST/u W t i A,ll lu& t t &fed r r m 'Edited by Sir John ham m erron WHENCE THE C HIND ITS TOOK THEIR NAM E:M a jo er-G n era F.l W . Festing, .S.OD .,com man ding the 36th British Division (left), and Lieu t.-G e n era l Dan I. Sultan ,the U.S .Comm and erin B u rm a(c en tre), stroll thoughtfully past one of the great Chin Taes at Maw lu in North Burma. These startling guardians of Burmese temples were origin ally erected to keep away evil spirits. From them th elate General Win gate's force (sec page 46, Vol. 7) too kits undying name. Photo, British Official N O .199 WILL BE PUBLISHED FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2
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